Pattern and Fabric Giveaway

It is still about 28 degrees (82℉) here and very humid. And yet, here I am working on Christmas Quilting Projects already. Here is a sneak preview of a couple of things I am in the middle of designing.

New Christmas projects I am working on

I hope to be able to announce my new Stitchalong next week and I will also have some new patterns ready very soon. Ooohh, exciting!

In the meantime, to herald the Christmas Projects season I thought I would offer a Christmas Pattern and Fabric Giveaway.

Giveaway prize of pattern and fabrics

I love the pattern for this Xmas Tree skirt. A good size too  – 48″ diameter. And I have included four ¼ yards of fabric to go with (pictured). This is enough for all the Santas on the tree skirt.

It is very easy to enter and you are able to enter up to four different ways. Just leave a comment to tell me if you are working on any Christmas projects and that will give you one entry to the Giveaway. You can also choose to have an extra entry for any or each of the following.

Add a link to SewHappy to your blog.

Follow me on Google Friend Connect.

Tweet about this Giveaway.

So lots of opportunities to win.

You will also notice I have introduced a new method for you to enter with the Raffleclopter. Hopefully, it should make the process even easier.

Entries to Giveaway will close on Monday 5th September at midnight EST. International entries welcome. I will announce the winner on Tuesday 6th.

Good luck! (Click the more button to enter)

Giveaway now closed

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  1. Brenda Howard says:

    I am just about to start I have bought several piecing of fabric that I love now I have to decide what to make with it. Oh, the things to ponder…LOL

  2. sandy parsons says:

    I am a new follower through GFC, and look forward to visiting your blog. 🙂

  3. sandy parsons says:

    Hi Lesley. Lovely pattern and gorgeous fabrics! A Xmas tree skirt has been on my “to do” list for a looong time. At the moment I am working on finishing my Xmas quilt, just a bit of work on the borders and it will be ready for binding- then I have some gifts lined up to start on. 🙂

  4. I haven’t even thought about Christmas sewing yet!

  5. I’m GOing to GO tweet about your giveaway right now.


  6. Thanks for the fun giveaway and chance to win!

  7. I’m following.

  8. I’m still working on Bunny Hills Snowbound from last year. At this rate, I might finish it by 2020.

  9. Wow, lovely christmas pattern and fabric!!
    I haven’t started any Christmas sewing so far.

  10. I actually have; I’m knitting an afghan as a gift for my nephew!

  11. I`m a follower

  12. Your stitchery is adorable,I love it.
    Do you say fabrics and patterns?yes I do.
    I`m working on a christmas sampler quilt along quilt by Sue and caty from

    Thanks for the chance.

  13. Lexie Jones says:

    Tree skirt! Planning to make a new tree skirt has become a holiday tradition for me! This is the year!

  14. I just today ordered the grinch fabric to start my Christmas quilt gifts I’m late I know

  15. I am working on an adorable owl Christmas quilt for my son who is getting married in October ~ shhh…it’s a surprise ;0!!

  16. carolee c. says:

    I haven’t started anything yet – my kids go back to school next week so I’ll be able to start then! What a great first project this would be!

  17. I recently completed my first Christmas quilt but am not currently working on any Christmas projects. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!!

  18. Thanks for the lovely giveaway. I’m not making anything Christmas right now, as don’t have the “fixins.” If win, then can make your suggested pattern. Our tree skirt finally fell apart last year, so this would be a great prize to win! Thanks for the chance.



  21. Judi Lucas says:

    Hi Lesley,
    Just finished my current project but loved your santas, will just have to make that skirt.
    Thanks for keeping me in touch with everything, hope to see you soon.
    Love to you all. Judix

  22. Not working on any Christmas projects…yet! Waiting for my quilting friend/instructor to return from vacation and then we’ll start on some together.

  23. Allison Gougeon says:

    am actually working on a tree skirt for my nieces for Christmas! Would love to win the pattern and material to make another!

  24. I working on a Fall tabletopper and a Christmas UFO quilt using the stitchery “Christmas Wish” blocks from Gail Pan that was popular a couple years ago. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  25. I’m a follower!

  26. I always make a Christmas quilt but I haven’t started this year’s yet!

  27. That’s a very cute tree skirt!
    I’ve been working on Christmas presents, but no Christmas projects so far. 😀

  28. I love your little embroideries!

  29. No, I wish I were, but I still have fall things that I haven’t even started. Wow! Thanks for the chance to win.

  30. cheryl bell says:

    hoping to start an advent calender this weekend

  31. I’m working on knitted caps for all, finishing a special quilt for my granddaughter, and sewing aprons. Love the season!!!

  32. I have just finished a Christmas sampler wall hanging and I am now doing a QAL and using Christmas fabrics for it. Thanks for a lovely giveaway. Linda

  33. I have got as far as buying a couple of xmas cross stitch kits to make up to give to my grand daughter instead of a card. One looks a lot quicker and easier than the other but I liked both and rather than choose just one I bought two and will decide which one to do this year. The tree skirt is gorgeous and very generous of you to give a kit away we always use an odd bit of xmas paper so a skirt would make a great improvement

  34. I’m working on a Christmas challenge project (wall hanging) that my LQS is sponsering. It’s started but will be challenging to finish.

  35. Wow, you are having a great giveaway. Love that tree skirt! I have started Stockings for the grankids.

  36. I am now a follower of your lovely blog. I have just started making some Christmas Baubles, well I have dug the pattern out! Sue x

  37. Dawn Caines says:

    Wow thank you for this wonderful giveaway!!
    I have just made a christmas block for my swap partner and have a wall hanging i need to finish off for this christmas.
    I have never made or owned a tree skirt but would love to make one.
    Good luck all xx

  38. Lesley Ivison says:

    I have completed an advent calendar started a wall hanging and going to make some christmas bunting

  39. Jacqueline says:

    I haven’t started any Christmas projects yet as I am still trying to get a nursery ready, but I would love to start soon. Thanks!

  40. I haven’t started working on any Christmas projects as such…am in a Santa Sack swap that involves Christmas pressies so that’s the closest I’ve come!


  41. This is a great pattern – and I put up one tree with all my Santa ornaments on it! I’m working on a Christmas pincushion for our quilting groups swap. Thank you for the giveaway

  42. I love the pattern. My Son in Law is learning bass guitar he’d love that skirt. He isn’t quite rocking just yet. I am working on a Debbie Mumm Applique Santa Wall hanging. It has a definite “country” look which I like. It’s hot in Cornwall too!

  43. Libby Jones says:
    Put a link to you at the left!

  44. Libby Jones says:

    Wow, I haven’t even thought about Christmas yet! Well, NOW I am! (thanks!)

  45. Having a massive sewing room clean-up so I can start all the Christmas projects! Great giveaway.

  46. I love these Santas and the fabric. I a working on Christmas gift quilts that have been requested by my adult children.

  47. I haven’t actually STARTED sewing – but bought lots of lovely Christmas fabric at the Birmingham NEC Quilt Show last month and hope to start this weekend (because we’ve been promised heavy rainfall Saturday and Sunday!!)

  48. Lovely give away. It is really time to start…. and your stitcheries look so cute! But I didn’t start a christmasproject until now.

  49. Deborah in Atlanta says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. And yep, I’m just starting on a yo-yo Christmas tree wall hanging. I’m anxious to see how this finishes out – I’ve held on to this pattern for about 6 years now. So it’s about time I made it!

  50. wendy bontempelli says:

    Hello Lesley,
    You are a generous girl. I’m currently making a reindeer from the Tilda “Crafting Christmas Gifts” book. He’s lovely and only needs a heart added. I’m making hime in brown velvet fabric found in IKEA.